Tips and Tricks

10 Tips for PUBG Players to stay alive and win chicken dinner

In concept, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is so easy – fall in, grab guns, and stay alive. That doesn’t mean that some tips from PUBG won’t help, particularly when all the other players aim to do the same. Although it is undeniably satisfying to catch kills, much of the difficulty of PUBG comes down to increasing your survival, whether by careful movement, selecting your battles, or running away between your legs with your tail. We have some PUBG tips below to get you shooting, looting, and enjoying a chicken dinner in no time if you don’t know your shotgun sniper rifles, your energy drinks from your Erangel, or your 5.56mm ammo from your 7.62mm ammo.

1. Don’t think about hiding out in the blue early on,

If you want to stay alive, damage does not seem like the best idea to take, but it can be worth it in the early game. You will receive small amounts of damage if you hide out on the outside of the blue circle, but no one will expect you to be out there. You can sit there for quite a long time with some strong healing choices and stop battles altogether. You may even be able to pick up a couple of kills against unsuspecting enemies. But you still keep an eye on the next circle and your wellbeing.

2. Terrain can be as good covering as any structure or wall

Buildings are generally very good for staying alive, especially if the only entrance can be protected, but they carry a lot of risks. Your sprint would end automatically with a well-placed grenade and if anyone knows you’re there they should only wait for the exit. Try finding a slope, dip, or hill if you’re looking for a safe place to keep up for a while so your enemies won’t be able to reach you. This will provide solid protection with better sightlines than a building and most importantly, a lot more opportunities for escape.

3. Take a level three helmet ALWAYS…

If you want to win, you will need a decent helmet and belt, so always catch the highest amount possible when stealing untouched equipment. But it can be hard to know what to pick up and what to leave if you find a broken level three on the individual you took down after a fight. Actually, the general rule here is fairly simple. Take a level three helmet at all times, even if it is near to being damaged. Level 3 will still save you from an M24 headshot, because it’s the only one that’s going to do it. It is therefore, almost always worth it.

4. but often leave a vest at level three

In terms of usefulness, vests are a little different from helmets, but as always, an undamaged level three will always be better than level two. In the late game, better durability is more critical than high level if you expect to take a lot of bouts. So a full level two of health is better than a quarter level three of health, since it will last longer. If it’s down to the last few individuals, however, then the better choice should be the damaged level three, as blocking further damage from one shot could be the difference between a win and a loss.

5. Play the Circle Edge Play

When the late game starts to strike you, multiple tactics start to come into play. Playing on the side of the circle and running in with it is the one that can keep you alive. Staying on the edge means that there is a great deal of shrinking in the region you need to be mindful of. You know a big part of what’s behind you is absolutely secure, so all you need to do is be mindful of what’s in front of you. You have to keep your eyes everywhere if you’re in the middle, which is not an easy job.

6. Keep yourself up for late game boosts

Even if you’re in total health, it’s a smart idea to start popping those energy drinks and painkillers to get you boosted and regenerated health until it gets down to the last 15 or so citizens. There are a few explanations for this, such as not having to think about it after a late game battle, as well as the opportunity to win a close battle with one tick of health recovery. Either way, you can get the boosts going early if you have them available, as there’s no point saving them. With a chicken dinner, who wants painkillers?

7. Hiding in bushes works remarkably well.

This sounds nuts, but a very good stealth option is actually offered by bushes. Sit in a bush and there’s a good possibility that someone’s going to stroll straight past and then wonder where they were shot from on earth. No hard cover is given by the trees, so if no one sees you, no one will shoot you, and if no one shoots you, you won’t die. Even if you could take off some bright coloured garments you have on before you try it.

8. After a while, grass is not visible, so do not hide in it,

You can see for hundreds of metres in PUBG with the proper scopes and sightlines, but grass stops being visible at about the mark of 200 m. This means that they might assume they are well protected if anyone tries to lie down, but someone more than 200 metres away will see them clearly. You still try to find hard cover like a tree or wall (or even get in a bush) much easier than you try to lie down until the late stages in the grass. This also suggests that it is a bad idea to strike the deck in a field as shots come in. Only run to instant cover.

9. Choose Your Battle

Everyone wants to be the one who kills and walks out the victor by racking up 20, but the odds of that happening are very small. (Two of the biggest PUBG streamers who somehow manage to get more kills in one round than most do in an evening, unless you are Shroud or Dr Disrespect.) So you should choose your battles in order to remain alive. That’s not to say you’re not supposed to fight, but you’re only supposed to pick fights that you know you can win. If you spot someone with an AWM and a full armour level three, you might not be able to take them in plain sight. But though you have a 4x AR and you can totally carry them down, see someone with only a shotgun. Take an extra second to determine each fighting situation and maybe run the other direction if it looks difficult.

Play with great heart

Always play with great heart, calm and cool mind and with full care. Thanks!!!

Naeem Ur Rehman

Pakistan's youngest blogger and the CEO of Raabta.net. He is currently the student of BS Environmental Sciences at University of the Punjab, Lahore. He is also working as a senior advisor to Aagahi.pk, Mukaalma, and Pylon TV.

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